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5 Tips To Help You Learn Chinese Vocabulary

Vocabulary plays a fundamental role in mastering a new foreign language. Having a good command...
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A trip to Beijing

Last November (2011), my husband and I travelled to Beijing. We had a great time and visited a...
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The role of teachers in collaborative learning

In collaborative learning (CL) the teacher plays a critical role in contributing to students’...
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The Benefit Of One-To-One Tuition

I believe that one-to-one tuition is a very effective way to learn a new language, as the...

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  • Janice Chang Belsize Park, NW3

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    I am a dedicated and patient teacher of Mandarin and I will be happy to help you to achieve your goals in language learning. I am a native speaker of Mandarin and have been awarded 'Outstanding Mandarin teacher in UK' in 2006.
  • Megu Huang Central London, W1G

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    Hi, I am from Taiwan, i am a professional musician in London please contact me for more information if you interest to learn violin, viola , piano and Chinese Thank you.
  • Timothy Lin Stepney Green, E1

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    I am a Taiwanese cellist and viol player. I am currently studying for a Master's degree at the Royal College of Music, London.
  • Rita Chen High Barnet, EN4 Silver Member

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    I am Rita, a Mandarin native speaker from Taiwan. I loving stimulating students to speak and write Mandarin through crafting, game with toys and colouring in. to ensure they learn Mandarin with joy.
  • Louisag Kew, TW9 Gold Member

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    I cоаch specific techniques, short cuts and tips which enable students to gain competitive аdvаntаges.
  • Nikita Wang Waterloo, SE1 Gold Member

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    Easy to start, happy to learn and enjoy the result. Learning is a pleasant process when you enjoy studying. You won't feel bored when you learn with me.
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  • Teaching Little Children Mandarin

    Rita Chen Mandarin Tutor (Enfield) Picture I have come across many parents asking me how to teach little kids Mandarin by themselves. Especially parents who are Mandarin native speakers still have this issue. Unlike your mother tongue, it's not easy to pick up a second language just by immersing yourself in the environment. We need to...
  • How Do You Make Chinese Learning Not A Grind?

    Ning Chen Mandarin Tutor (Southampton) Picture Before you rack your brain for an answer, you might as well flash back upon what interests you and keep you doing it all the time in life? Would it be reading novels, drawing, watching videos, doing outdoor activities, playing musical instruments, or unwinding in local pubs after work,...
  • 5 Tips To Help You Learn Chinese Vocabulary Editor's Pick

    Ning Chen Mandarin Tutor (Southampton) Picture Vocabulary plays a fundamental role in mastering a new foreign language. Having a good command of words allows you to further develop the all-round skills of the target language. Learning Mandarin Chinese is no exception. Here are some tips that may help you learn Chinese words more quickly and...

 

  • The role of teachers in collaborative learning Editor's Pick

    Dr. Bingyin Lei Mandarin Tutor (Leicester) Picture In collaborative learning (CL) the teacher plays a critical role in contributing to students’ engagement and the success of the group task as a whole (Johnson et al, 2000). Teachers introduce students to the processes of CL by making explicit how to work in groups, express ideas, and seek help...
  • Why I Love Taiwan

    Pei Hsuan Lin Mandarin Tutor (North West London) Picture Taiwan is a small but very beautiful country with 23 million population, national language is Mandarin Chinese. People from Taiwan are very friendly and generous, we always try to help as much as we can. In this tiny island has over 100 mountains over 3000 meters, beaches all around, and easy to...
  • Introduction to Chinese Languages

    Mandarin Tutor (South East London) Picture Mandarin and Cantonese are the two Chinese languages you might have heard of but is that all they have in China? The answer is no. In fact, there are more than 300 languages spoken in China. Now you might think that Cantonese may be the second biggest language spoken in China. This presumption...